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The Future of Stained Glass – Installation

By Gareth Coxon, January 11, 2016

Stained glass

Produced by SoftLab this futuristic stained-glass installation really lifted my spirits. An array of colours are used but unlike a traditional stationed glass window this is a fluid form and really gives a wow factor to the offices of Behance in New York.


Well-known for producing creative projects, interactive sculptures and installations to interactive designs to immersive digital video installations. his vibrant and creative installations, studio SOFTlab was asked to imagine an installation for Behance offices in New-York.  


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Good Vibrations

By Gareth Coxon, January 25, 2015

Wallwave Vibrations


Some interesting artwork from Loris Cecchini, creating the physical effect of rippling walls, it seems a little alien or other world like. The white walls have the appearance of disturbed water, or vibrations within water but having them on a wall makes them seem like they could be a portal. More of the artists work below and over at Fubiz. (more…)

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The psychedelic artwork of Bruce Riley

By Gareth Coxon, January 17, 2015



The art of resin painter Bruce Riley really does inspired me, after seeing him work I’m ashamed to say that I was quickly Googling ‘resin’ and where to buy it, as if it’s that easy.

I find his work incredible, not only the end result but the way it’s made and also watching these videos of that creation in progress. (more…)

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Mesmerising 3D Printed Sculptures

By Gareth Coxon,

Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures
Truly mesmerising these are 3D printed sculptures that animate when under a strobe light. The designer James Edmark says

“These are 3-D printed sculptures designed to animate when spun under a strobe light. The placement of the appendages is determined by the same method nature uses in pinecones and sunflowers. The rotation speed is synchronized to the strobe so that one flash occurs every time the sculpture turns 137.5º—the golden angle. If you count the number of spirals on any of these sculptures you will find that they are always Fibonacci numbers.

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Simon Beck – Snow Walker and Artist

By Gareth Coxon, January 5, 2015

snow artist
Now we’ve all seen and heard of crop circles but snow circles is a new one on me, or to be more exact, snow patterns. Simon Beck is an artist who walks the walk, literally, and usually through a couple of feet of snow. He creates intricate and detailed patterns just by walking through the snow and these works of art are on a huge scale. (more…)

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Banksy’s stained glass window

By Gareth Coxon, January 6, 2012

Spotted this recent work of Banksy’s over at flavorwire. He worked with Los Angeles students (who created the tagged background) while the window and figure were created by Banksy himself. More images of the work including closeups can be seen over at the site.


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Steel Installation Sensation

By Gareth Coxon, January 3, 2012

These installation works sheer scale and detail is awe inspiring. Created by London artist Zadok Ben David and using 12,000 cut steel botanical specimens modeled from old textbook illustrations.

The level of detail and clever mixture of industrial and organic is impressive.

Read the whole story and see further images of the installation over at

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